Neutron TUTORiAL

Neutron TUTORiAL

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.55 GB | Duration: 3h 55m

Automate Your Mixing Workflow with Machine Learning, Mix Assistant, Visual Mixer and the iZotope IPC Software Family

What you’ll learn
Using iZotope’s Machine Learning to Mix Faster
Learn About Inter-Plugin Communication
Dynamic EQ & Unmasking
Sculptor Targets
Mixing for “Balance”, “Clarity” & “Consistency”
iZotope’s Bass/Low End Tools
Achieving Target Loudness
Workflow Tips
Students Should Own Neutron Standard or Advanced
Ozone & Nectar Are Discussed and Will Be Helpful (But Not Essential)!
Be Able to Use a DAW (e.g. Cubase, Ableton, Pro Tools, Logic, Reaper, etc.)
This course is going to bring you up to speed on iZotope Neutron and it’s amazing machine learning-based mixing tools! This course offers valuable skills to beginners and experienced producers/audio engineers. If you’re just starting out with mixing audio, this course will show you how to use Neutron’s machine learning to automatically make great mixes using Mix Assistant. If you’re more experienced, you’ll discover what Neutron offers the modern mixing engineer – from spectral target curves in Sculptor to dynamic and side chain EQ. iZotope’s Neutron offers power and flexibility in an awful lot of common mixing situations.As a professional recording, editing and mixing engineer I’ve had a lot of experience with the challenges and possibilities within modern DAW audio production. I founded my recording studio about 12 years ago for my own projects. As that studio became commercial, I was tasked to do better work, more quickly and bring my clients the best, most modern tools. iZotope Neutron introduces modern tools like Dynamic EQ, machine learning for multiband compression crossovers and much, much more. This course covers what a beginner needs to know while offering the perspective of a seasoned producer using these tools in a commercial setting.Modern Tools for Full -Length Albums to Sound DesignAt the heart of Neutron is a technology called Inter-Plugin Communication (or IPC). IPC allows plugins to ‘talk’ to each other and control each other’s settings. This allows you to apply changes across your mix quickly and intuitively based on the larger artistic goals of your project! For example, you can using EQ inverse linking to boost a specific frequency on your guitar track, while creating a precise opposite cut to your keyboard track. Imagine using the Visual Mixer to set width, panning and volume for any track in your mix from one visual dashboard… And then A/B different mix snapshots to see what you like best.Content and OverviewWhen you’ve completed this course, you’ll understand all of the main features of Neutron and how and when to use them. But, that is really just the beginning because Neutron uses machine learning to automate and/or enhance so many mixing tasks. In other words, the more experienced you are, the more creative you can become with Neutron. Learning about Mix Assistant, Sculptor target curves, Unmasking and Track Enhance is just the beginning.This course offers a mixing strategy (not just a software overview). The sections and lessons are designed to help you make the most of Neutron and it’s machine learning tools. You’ll develop a workflow that will help you make better mixes, more quickly – and in a more fun way! After we check out the ground-breaking Mix Assistant (which basically can automatically mix your track for you), the course will present a strategy for good mixing:Mixing for Balance (Unmasking, Sculptor and Transient Shaper)Mixing for Clarity (Sculptor, Track Enhance, Visual Mixer, Gating & HPFs)And Mixing for Consistency (Dynamic/Sidechain EQ, Bass and Multi-band Compression)Towards the end of the course, there is a whole section on doing your own pre-mastering using iZotope Neutron’s cousin software – Ozone. You’ll learn about mastering for streaming, loudness and even using Master Assistant to master your track to match any reference track of your choice! This section is a bonus to Neutron users since many Neutron users likely have access to Ozone. But, rest assured that this course focuses on Neutron and Neutron’s modules.Neutron and iZotope’s family of machine learning based software is going to be a game changer for beginners and experienced producers alike. If you’re undecided about enrolling, please watch the free preview lessons! Then enroll today and get started – I’ll see you in the course!


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Overview

Lecture 2 Target Student Capability

Lecture 3 Tips for Success

Lecture 4 Cubase-Specific Optimization

Section 2: Using Mix Assistant

Lecture 5 Section Goals

Lecture 6 Import & Clean

Lecture 7 Inter-Plugin Communication & Relay

Lecture 8 What is Relay?

Lecture 9 Relay Best Practices

Lecture 10 Visual Mixer Best Practices

Lecture 11 Making Mix Customizations

Lecture 12 A Deeper Look & Project

Section 3: Mixing for Balance: Unmasking & Transients

Lecture 13 Overview & Goals

Lecture 14 3 Mix Elements

Lecture 15 Introducing Nectar

Lecture 16 Unmasking with Buss

Lecture 17 Manual Adjustments

Lecture 18 Introducing Sculptor

Lecture 19 Unmasking with EQ

Lecture 20 Transient Consistency

Lecture 21 Dynamic & Sidechain EQ

Lecture 22 Wrap-Up & Project

Section 4: Mixing for Clarity: Refining Musica Presentation

Lecture 23 Overview & Goals

Lecture 24 Sculptor Targets

Lecture 25 Using Sculptor on Voice

Lecture 26 Gating on Voice

Lecture 27 Track Ehance

Lecture 28 HPF & Tidy Bass

Lecture 29 Visual Mixer Panning

Lecture 30 Width & Snapshots

Lecture 31 Wrap-Up & Project

Section 5: Mixing for Consistency: Low End & Dynamic Range

Lecture 32 Bussing & Gluing

Lecture 33 Using Sculptor Targets

Lecture 34 Automating Dynamics

Lecture 35 Optimizing Low End

Lecture 36 Bass Dynamic EQ

Lecture 37 Low End Focus

Lecture 38 Multi-Band Compression

Lecture 39 Wrap-Up & Project

Section 6: DIY Pre-Mastering with Ozone

Lecture 40 Overview & Goals

Lecture 41 Why Pre-Master?

Lecture 42 Master Assistant

Lecture 43 Loudness Metering

Lecture 44 Lossy Translation

Lecture 45 Using Reference Tracks

Lecture 46 Maximizer Placement

Lecture 47 A/B & Gain Match

Lecture 48 Tonal Balance

Lecture 49 Low End Focus

Lecture 50 2nd Opinion (Insight)

Lecture 51 Wrap-Up & Project

Section 7: Workflow Tips & Feature Alerts

Lecture 52 Overview & Goals

Lecture 53 Sculptor Bussing

Lecture 54 Making Notes

Lecture 55 My Key Commands

Lecture 56 Track Presets

Lecture 57 iZotope Standalones

Lecture 58 Feature Alert: EQ Follow

Lecture 59 Feature Alert: ALM

Lecture 60 Feature Alert: Harmonizer

Lecture 61 EQ Modifiers

Lecture 62 Plugin Duplication

Lecture 63 Mixing for Streamiing

Lecture 64 Wrap-Up & Project

Section 8: Conclusion

Lecture 65 Next Steps

Lecture 66 Bonus Lecture

Music Producers Without Expert Mixing Skills,Musicians Wanting Easier Mixing Tools,Established Beginner Mixers/Producers Wanting a Learning Tool


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